Note about using Trackboxx for my privacy policy

If, for example, you integrate Google Analytics as a tracking solution on your website, the question does not arise whether it is necessary to communicate this in the privacy policy.

The Trackboxx is in alignment with the data protection act and compliant with the GDPR.

Since no personal data is stored, and no Consent Banner is required, we believe an additional explanation within the privacy policy is necessary.

Independently we are of the opinion that the use of Trackboxx should be communicated fairly and openly. Therefore we point out the use of the tracking script on in our privacy policy.

If you would like to do so, you are welcome to copy the following section and incorporate it into your privacy policy.

On our website we use the web analysis service Trackboxx.. We use it to statistically evaluate visitor access and analyse the use of our website. The data is stored anonymously on a server in Germany for the aforementioned purpose and is subject to the regulations of the GDPR.

We do not use any cookies or store personal data for the analysis. Instead, your IP address is used to generate a code, which is then assigned to an anonymous user ID as long as you are on our website. This data cannot be assigned to a specific individual and is encrypted with a code that changes daily. It is therefore not possible to “recognize” you when you visit our website again.

Cross-page tracking, linking of the data with other sources, or transfer of information to third parties does not take place.


But if you still do not want to help improve our website you can prevent your page visit from being included in the evaluation by activating the "Do-Not-Track-function" in your browser. You can find information on how this works with the most common browser types under the following links:

Internet Explorer 11

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome